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From camel to plane to felucca, Egypt is equipped with numerous transport options. Congestion and chaos can be a bit anxiety-provoking on long road ventures, but with a bit of courage and flexibility, you can access most areas without too much effort.
As for timetables and infrastructure, the country seems to run on magic. There are few regulations and little consistency, but somehow, people always seem to get where they want to go.
Air The national airline is Egypt Air, www. Rail Rail networks are limited, but travel by train can be delightful, especially to a few key destinations along the Nile.
There are links to Port Said and Suez. For detailed train information, contact the Cairo information office, www. The boats are fast catamarans so the journey takes just 90 minutes. Nile cruises, felucca and dahabiyas Heading up the Nile on a cruise boat, felucca or dahabiya is one of the quintessential Egyptian experiences.
Feluccas go downstream from Aswan to finish at Kom Ombo one night or Edfu two nights. River trips are a great way to get around Egypt and see some wonderful sights along the way. Take a bike for a test ride first to check the brakes and tires are OK. Bus Buses, the main mode and cheapest means of transport, link nearly all towns in Egypt. Air-conditioned coaches ply the major routes and keep to a timetable.